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strong private key protection on certificate

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venema5Flag for Netherlands asked on
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We received a certificate from a supplier to install.
When the certificate will be installed on one of the worksations the option Enable strong private key protection is checked and greyed out so we cann't uncheck it.

On a domain workstion we try it also to install and the Enable strong private key protection is unchecked and not greyed out so these setting must be in Windows XP or in Internet explorer.

Where can we change a setting or reg entry to install the certificate without Enable strong private key protection?
This is needed for another business application because it cann't the certificate if there is a password on it.
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